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one of these secrets you don't have to keep inside anymore. >> speaking out. the victim of sexual abuse in the boy scouts reacts to the files the boy scouts kept hidden that are now reveal. >> more secret files accused of troop abuse come to light. including dozens from the bay area. one man's story of what happened to him during boy scout camp. >> reporter: we're talking about 1200 secret files obtained by "the l.a. times." we dug through the data, and
found at least 88 files involving troop leaders right here in this region from santa cruz all the way up to fort bragg. each one detailing allegations of sexual abuse. josh solomon showed us the boy scout uniform he wore. merit badges for learning how to canoe, and cook. each also memories of abuse. >> hard to separate everything out there. >> reporter: one patch marks the camp where it happened. between 1982 and 1983. he says the scout leader would invite solomon into his tent, and sexually molest him. >> he was a leader. you sort of made sure you were doing things his way. he was really gruff. you wanted his approval. >> reporter: solomon kept silent for more than 30 years.
never telling his family until now. >> boys take pride on being tough. >> reporter: thousands of secret files kept by the boy scouts of america. a list of troop leaders expelled due to allegations of sexual misconduct with children. the documents also show a trail of attempts to cover up the allegations. i contacted the boy scouts of america tonight, and they sent me this response. quote, in certain cases our response to these cases and efforts to protect youth were plainly insufficient, inappropriate, or wrong. we extend our deepest apologies to victims and their families. solomon just wants other victims to know, they're not alone. >> one of these secrets you don't have to keep inside anymore. >> reporter: that troop leader ended up serving 8 years in jail for molestation charges. some files had up to 100
victims for just one troop leader. tonight, former president george h.w. bush remains in intensive care in a houston hospital. the 88-year-old bush was moved to icu on sunday. bush has a persistent fever, and remains in guarded condition. however, he was able to enjoy christmas. >> was conscious, he was able to visit with his family members. he was joking with medical staff, and nurses, and the doctors there. he hasn't lost his sense of humor to be sure. greenlight doctors are doing -- the doctors are doing everything they can to bring down his fever. heavy rain left pools of standing water on the roadway, forcing the closure of portions of the southbound lanes. a spokesperson with the city's department of public works says there is no estimate yet on when the lanes will reopen.
across the bay in oakland. this is what one resident woke up to find. her neighbor's tree burying her car. >> on highway 4, near the pittsburg/antioch border, one lane was shout down. the potholes will almost a foot deep and the roads were reopened a couple of hours later. >> kind of dry today, but a lot of rain over the last couple of days. >> there's snow in the mountains. plenty of rain around here. let take a look at the numbers. this is after last night's rain. santa rosa, 22.34 inches. that's 174% of average for santa rosa. 154 in san francisco, and 152% in san jose. do you remember last year at this time? we were at about 35 to 40% of
rainfall average. okay, so how does it plan out here in the next few days? another weather system is headed our way. that's what i'm going to talk about at 10:20 when i come back. the latest computer model teed up and ready to go. we'll talk about how much more is behind it. see you back here. the trek to and from tahoe was anything but smooth sailing today. coming up in 14 minutes why officials say it wasn't the snow slowing everything down. >> at ktvu.com, look for the link to stormtracker 2 at the top of the page. we also posted updates on the ktvu.com channel 2 facebook page. holiday sales slumped nationwide. and there might be more than one reason for the poor numbers. eric rasmussen is live with the mixed reports he heard from retailers, and shoppers. >> reporter: ken, we can tell you there's been no shortage of foot traffic here in downtown
walnut creek. one local retailer told me a late rally before christmas saved his season. but it at least appears a lot of people stuck to window shopping this year. hurting the bottom line of some big companies. day after christmas shoppers were out in full force in walnut creek tonight. not everyone had the same holiday shopping story. >> would you say you bought more or less than last year? >> i bought more. >> i didn't buy anything. >> reporter: retail sales missed projections by as much as 3% nationwide. major retailers saw their stock tumble today. >> at the end of the day, it doesn't add up to that much. they were kind of looking. we were puzzled. >> reporter: retailer david
mcculla owns this david and brian gift store in walnut creek and 21 other stores. he says a late turn around helped all of them finish the month up. some as much as 15%. >> the last four days of this month pulled all of our stores up and over. we're delighted. >> reporter: he can't explain exactly why he bucked the national trend. experts say there were several factors holding consumers back. >> a little bit of a depressed mood in the country because of the sandy hook incident. two, i think there's a lot of apprehension about the future of our economy because of the fiscal cliff. and three, people are very good about waiting for those bargains. >> reporter: some are still waiting tonight. they're on the look out for the best after christmas sales. those lackluster holiday sales and jitters over the fiscal cliff brought stocks
down today. the dow dropped 24 points. the fiscal cliff is weighing on the minds of consumers. coming up in 16 minutes, why political insiders believe washington will allow the country to go over the cliff before making a deal. san francisco police are asking the public to take a closer look at three shoplifting suspects. investigators say on december 20. three women went into two stores near san francisco. the women put goods in their own bags and walked out of the stores, and apparently handed off the goods. >> we believe these women may have been involved in other burglary thefts of retail stores throughout the bay area. >> police arrested sharony powers on suspicion of shoplifting. alameda police are investigating a stabbing during
a christmas party that injured four people. investigators say during an argument, 42-year-old tiffany thomas stabbed her sister in the chest. three other family members tried to help, and were stabbed as well, including a teenage girl. all are expected to recover. thomas was arrested on suspicion with assault with a deadly weapon. a remnant from world war ii caused quite a scare. the bomb squad was called out. a man told authorities he wanted to turn in some old tnt from world war ii. 5.5pounds of tnt was recovered. that's enough to cause a tremendous amount of damage. a young woman who wants to be a police officer is on the other side of the law tonight. david stevenson is in court as the college student made her first court appearance, following the death of a
grandmother in san francisco. >> reporter: supporters of gina eunice covered their faces. she is charges with felony manslaughter, driving under the influence, and hit and run driving on a twin peaks road, high above the city. police say she was drunk when she drove a car into fur to pedestrians walking along the road. she had come from china recently to help care for her grandson. her son spoke to us about the crash. >> i can't hold her in my arms. i just called for help. >> reporter: investigators say eunice drove away from the site with two passengers, including a minor. >> the entire eunice family is
honestly destroyed over what happened. their main concern is for the yao family. >> reporter: a judge said if freed, she cannot drive, and must wear an alcohol detection device. eunice's lawyer said she has never been in trouble and is just a quarter short from graduating from college. >> criminal justice. hoping to become a police officer. >> reporter: gina eunice is hoping to enter a plea next tuesday. a head on collision killed a richmond woman this afternoon. the accident shut down san pablo county road. just afternoon, the driver of a chevy suv drifted into oncoming traffic and hit a volkswagen head on. the woman driving the volkswagen was killed, including her dog. the road was closed until about 3:00 this afternoon. a big pay out for some
could be getting money from the automaker. details on a big settlement. >> reporter: i did speak with several toyota dealerships here in the south bay, and no one wanted to talk with me on camera. one service manager did tell me, he expects to be impacted by this massive settlement. toyota is expect today reclaim the title of world's largest automaker for the first time in two years. today, toyota reached a different milestone. agreeing to pay $1.2 million in what one attorney says involves the largest settlement in u.s. history over auto defects. >> the unintended acceleration, and they had several other recalls. it's definitely tarnished their reputation. >> reporter: those led the automaker to recall more than 14 million vehicles worldwide. the plaintiffs said it hurt the
resale value of all toyotas. >> because of the publicity, a lot of the values dropped significantly, like 10, 20% what they would normally have been. >> reporter: $250 million from the settlement will pay toyota owners who sold their cars, or turned in leased vehicles from december of 2009, through december 31, 2010. warranty certain parts, and fund education grants to study auto safety. the owners i spoke with tonight are loyal to the brand. >> when i heard about the problems of the vehicle, it didn't bother me any, because i didn't have any issues with my car. >> it didn't bother me. i love the car. >> reporter: current and former toyota owners are expected to receive information about the settlement in the coming months. more details now. toyota released a statement today saying quote, in keeping
with our core principles we have structured this agreement in ways to put our customers first, and demonstrated that they can count on toyota to stand behind our vehicles. a worker died today at a construction accident in san francisco. the fire department says the man fell as many as 35 feet off scaffolding down an unfinished stairwell. his identity has not been released. the woman found floating in a pond at a santa rosa apartment complex this morning has been identified. stephanie trigiliani was found unresponsive. police say there is no indication of foul play. it's fixed now, but a software glitch this morning caused big delays for caltrain riders.
electronic signaling failed, and caltran had to send out workers to physically move the switches. causing delays as long as 1 hour, and 45 minutes. one, two, three, four. what happened? nobody pick up. no idea. >> how long did you have to wait? >> maybe one hour. >> caltran tweeted a general alert, with a few apologies. but the evening commute trains were running on time. some worry of a business proposal to change downtown traffic will hurt their bottom line. it would make sessions one way through hayward's downtown. it would also cut up to half of the parking spots. because of the concerns of business owners, city leaders are considering revising the
plan. a deadly storm system is moving into the northeast tonight. here's what it looked like in central indiana today. drivers pushing their way through wind, snow, and ice flipped into ditches, or slammed into other cars. the storm is blamed for causing six deaths across the nation's midsection. air travel was also disrupted. the storm spawned more than 30 twisters in the south. this surveillance video from mobile, alabama shows the fury of one tornado. tonight, hundreds of thousands are still without power in the region. snow blankets the sierra tonight. as ktvu's ken pritchett reports, travelers have to pack snow gear and their patience. >> reporter: it was not that people had to chain up, or simply because the chain control was in effect. the long at times ten mile long backup on interstate 80 had
more to do with the holiday. >> things are going very good with the weather and all the plow trucks, graters going. our big problem is the traffic, because we have both east and west traffic at enormous numbers. >> reporter: the gas station was as far as we had time to go. it was as far as some people should have gone. the parking lot was packed as people took a break from the long drive to gas up. and have some fun. after that driving ordeal, hundreds of people played today at a new snow park at nieyak. >> we try not to hit traffic. but everyone had the same idea. >> reporter: george brought his family up from sacramento. he knew what he was getting into in terms of the drive, b b says it was worth it. >> they wanted to play in the snow, so we had to take the
ride. >> reporter: this is something we have seen all day here in this parking lot. cars, and semi trucks stuck in the snow. they need a little help to get out here. they didn't have chains. some of the most treacherous driving today was actually off the interstate. the winter storm warning has been dropped for the lake tahoe area. but it snowed hard up there for a time. live stormtracker 2 shows a few showers in the area, but it's really winding down, and in the mountains as well. 1580, lots of snow. for us, we've got moisture at the surface, a long, cold night, so we're going to see valley fog. valley fog is showing up in parts of the north bay. out towards vallejo and fairfield. south. valley fog, the story tomorrow morning. for the bay area weather, it's going to be cool as well, and in places where you see the valley fog, there's going to be frost as well. tomorrow morning when you wake up, you will notice that.
the computer model tries to show the fog here. here we are at midnight tonight, you see the fog showing up in the livermore valley. this is valley fog. it's very dense. here's what it looks like as we get into 5:00 a.m. pretty dense in the central valley. dense fog showing kind of rimming the bay, and the north bay as well. high clouds in there too makes it harder to see. we are going to have plenty of clouds out there tomorrow morning. then they thicken up. when i come back, we're going to be talking about that system for friday night into saturday. i'll see you back here about 10:45. the spirit of the season showed this morning at san francisco's glide memorial church. volunteers there spent the morning serving up a special day after christmas breakfast. in st. anthony's dining room, on golden gate avenue, holiday meals were served up to anyone in need. yesterday, thousands of people were fed christmas dinners.
today, many more enjoyed a christmas day after meal. more than a couple coffee. the message baristas are writing on the side of certain coffee cups. plus, the deadline looms for the fiscal cliff. why some insiders think a deal will not be reached in time. and a north bay restaurant closing for good after more than 30 years. why this restaurant has nothing to do with the economy.
president obama and senate leaders tomorrow head back to washington to try to reach a last minute deal, before historic tax increases go into effect next week. why some believe we will head over the fiscal cliff before washington takes action. >> reporter: the halls of power empty, although negotiators and the president are back at work. >> at the very least, let's
agree right now on what we already agree on. >> reporter: an olive branch to the gop, and carrot to corporate giants. the administration now suggesting cutting corporate tax rates. the u.s. has among the world's highest. but closing loopholes that helped google, for instance, avoid $2 billion in taxes last year. >> corporations are a little concerned. >> reporter: gary is optimistic about a deal. >> i'd still rate it better than 50/50. >> reporter: what seems increasingly likely is to allow the country to go over that fiscal cliff, triggering higher taxes. that would allow hard line republicans to vote for lower taxes, a few days later. >> to make them look better? to appease voters. if that's the reason, great. >> reporter: some call it a low form of political shenanigans.
>> i think that's horrible, they would put the american people through that. i don't think it's fair to the american people. >> reporter: this afternoon, east bay congresswoman barbara lee told me, there are too many lives at stake if we do not get a deal before the end of the year. john fowler, ktvu, channel 2 news. starbucks is urging its employees in the washington area to send a message to congress. baristas will be writing come together on coffee cups for the rest of the workweek. ceo howard schultz says he wants to send a respectful, but potent message. new figures show u.s. home prices are higher than a year ago. today's kay shiller price report shows prices in the 20 largest markets were up more than 4% in october. prices in the bay area are up own moore, jumping 8.9%. phoenix topped the list, with
prices up 22%. experts say higher prices are an indicater of continued economic recovery. samsung is looking for a big increase in sales next year. close to 400 million phones are expected to be smart phones. after 35 years, the restaurant is closing its doors for good. the fans are saying goodbye to the owner. >> i'm just crushed. >> tony cruz says he was hoping a miracle would save his restaurant, but that miracle never materialized. the landlord plans to demolish the restaurant for a new building. he says he will miss his customers. >> wonderful people. i will miss the energy. their love. >> cruz says the doors will close after this saturday. he says he has no plans to
reopen, adding relocating is just too expensive. one east bay city known for being one of the most dangerous in the country is seeing what could be the start of a turn around. we find out what could be making the difference. >> a political band with thousands of children caught in the middle. the law expected to be signed that will ban americans from adopting children in one country. >> get ktvu news to go. click on the live icon, and you can watch all of our newscasts live on your mobile device.
been evacuated as a precaution. crews determined the leak is from and underground vault. a bay area city with a reputation for violent crime is seeing a dramatic turn around. new at 10:00, the number of homicides in richmond has dropped by more than half. amber lee is live with the changes, and how it's effecting people's lives there. >> reporter: a neighborhood known for violent crime, neighbors tell us this park was a magnet for crime a few years ago. but they say improvements here and other areas are making the city safer. at mlk park tonight, teenagers and children played soccer. a picture that contradicts richmond's notoriety as known for violent crime. a place where some people stay undoors after door dark. many now say they feel safer than they used to. >> i would always be scared of something happening. now, it's kind of like my second home. >> reporter: this mother of
three bought a home in richmond five months ago, because it was affordable. >> it's okay right now. >> getting better? >> yes, getting better. >> reporter: what's gotten better is the violent crime right. the number of homicides has dropped to a five year low. in 2007, there were 47. another spike in 2009, when there were 45 homicides. since then, the numbers have dropped. so far this year, 18 homicides. >> we've come a long way, but yet, we still have a long way to go. >> reporter: he is among the faith leaders who worked with the city and police to build relationships with young people to prevent vie element crime. he says this movement startwide the so-called tent city in the fall of 2006. community leaders put up tent at the community park to reach out for those responsible for violent crimes. he also credits police. >> instead of locking them up, hook them up. by that, i mean, instead of
saying how can we incarcerate them, is there another program we can redirect these young men to? >> reporter: police tell us, they now have better resources, streetlights, surveillance cameras and shot spotters. no one can say whether the peace will last, but it's a start. >> it's been working. we'll take what we can right now. >> reporter: the reverend tells me what's happening now in rich homicide now comes from years of consistent, hard work. investigators say leo oldland crashed in 2009 while trying to get away from sheriff deputies looking for drunk drivers. he faces up to 45 years to life in state prison. the city of san francisco
may pay employees to stay healthy. following a study showing high esity rates. kaiser permanenty studied a group of employees considered to be the healthiest. of that group, 2/3 were considered overweight. now, city leaders in san francisco are considering a plan to give district incentives to employees making healthy choices. supporters say it would save the city money in the long run. the san onofre nuclear plant will undergo much more scrutiny before being allowed to open again asked for more analysis on whether the tubes can handle full power. an environmental group said today, it's pleased the nrc is asking the hard questions. federal employees have rejected california's request
to waive no child left behind requirements. that law requires schools must raise student test scores in english and math by 2014. the state superintendent of public education says the requirements are unworkable, and unrealistic. he says federal officials told him last week, they're ready to deny california's waiver. without a waiver low income schools are more likely to be taken over by the state, and may lose federal funding. russia's president is expected to sign into law a bill that bans american families from adopting russian orphans. the dire reality for those who don't find a home. >> reporter: a determined set of eyes. >> i just love clothes. >> reporter: a patient hand. 18-year-old julie rally has a dream. in her life sketch, she is a fashion designer. >> a thing about going to konyata college. they have a wonderful two year program for fashion. >> reporter: in 2001, julia was
an orphan in russia. >> she was so small at that time, i could carry her through the airport myself on my hip. >> people in the orphanage would get kicked out at 15 and 16, and you're basically on the streets. no good, and you're trying to make as much money as you can, but it's very little. most of the children end up being poor. >> reporter: today, protesters in moscow were arrested after russian parliaments upper house voted unanimously to ban americans from adopting russian children. it was seen as a retaliation for a sank against russian's human rights violaters. >> kids are being used as a pawn in a political situation. >> reporter: saying it is misguided. for julia rally, her life
sketch is still being made, and the pencil is in her handwise the guidance of her parents. >> having him in my life has really changed it. same with my mom being really supportive. immediately after it was like we did it! >> coming up in nine minutes, a special christmas delivery for one bay area couple, and the memorable timing of this little bundle's arrival. >> a new york newspaper in hot water. what they published that has some residents up in arms. plus, too much of a good thing. why the community of newtown is asking well wishers to please stop sending gifts. >> in just ten minutes, we're going to track those rain showers as they move in. how lang they'll be here, how long they'll last. >> protesters in india. who demonstrators were targeting, and the severe punishment they're calling for. well, well, well.
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the community of newtown, connecticut is asking well wishers to stop sending gifts. newtown has been inundated with gifts from all over the world since the shooting, and especially over the holidays. officials say they can't handle so many items, and suggest people distribute gifts in their own communities instead.
also, the town plans on creating a permanent memorial for the victims. a new york state politician is blasting a local paper for publishing a map of gun permits. they published an interactive database that shows the location and names for 16,000 permits. the database also has drawn support. one mother has commented, she will let her daughter play in the home of a neighboring gun owner. in nigeria's capital, an explosion in a fireworks warehouse sparked a major fire. lagos restaurants say the blast was so big, they mistook it for a bomb or a crashing plane. it took an hour to get to the scene, in part because of the huge crowds that gathered in the area. in india, protesters burned an effigy today as they called for the death penalty of six men accused of the gang rape of
a student. the 23-year-old remains on life support, and was flown to singapore where she may require an organ donation. she and her passengers were beaten before being thrown off a bus. in east africa, to thailand, the anniversary of the deadly tsunami. the tragedy killed more than 280,000 people in 14 countries. a south african government spokesperson tonight said former president nelson mandela was released from the hospital this morning. the 94-year-old was sent to the hospital 18 days ago. he was treated for a lung infection and had gull stone surgery. on january 21, president
barack obama will be sworn in for his second four year term. however, washington, d.c. officials are expecting much smaller crowds this time around. in 2008, a record 1.8 million visitors made their way to the capitol to participate in inauguration festivities. d.c. officials expect about 800,000 visitors for this inauguration. a surprise christmas delivery. meet the south bay father who had to jump into action when his baby arrived a lot sooner than expected. >> when we can expect the next round of rain.
it was dad, not santa delivering this tiny christmas package. >> reporter: it was a gift, they were not expecting this christmas. baby conner. >> i was thinking mid-january. i guess he had his own will. >> reporter: the trouble wasn't that he was early, it was that he was fast. >> you do whatever you can. i thought that it would last long enough so they could take over. nobody came. >> reporter: they planned for a home birth anyway. their two mid-wives drove as fast as they could, but when they pulled up, they were met by a proud papa instead. the labor lasted just 33 minutes. >> baby's crying, a good cry. >> reporter: the baby was perfectly healthy. and by all accounts, husband joe did a good job. >> he only told me afterwards,
he was kind of getting nervous there. >> reporter: the heymings still can't believe what happened. >> we're committed to having a home birth. i'm just glad that it all worked out. >> reporter: the only problem, christmas dinner was delayed, and presents for logan were left unopened. still they say they wouldn't have traded this christmas gift for anything. it's getting cold out there tonight. there's going to be some frost, some fog as well, ant rain shows up as we get into your friday night, saturday morning. lots of clouds out there. you can see the clouds in the north bay, no rain in the bay area prosecutor, but -- proper. cloudy in san rafael, and fair field. as you slip south, towards men
low park, not as much cloud cover. very low temperatures, as i mentioned, frost a real possibility in some of the inland bay valley. looking at 45 right now in santa rosa. the dew points aren't that much cooler. dew points right now, around 35 to 37 degrees in santa rosa. dew points are basically how cold it can get. it tells you, how much moisture is in the air. the dew point at 37, that means santa rosa, they ended up about 37. temperatures should be above freezing for lots of bay area, most bay area communities. and it means that we could see an opportunity for frost. cool tomorrow morning, fog in some places. showers in friday night, saturday morning. it does not look like a big deal. it will show you down, but i don't think the going to shut you down. thursday tomorrow looks good. friday, the clouds start to increase as this system moves in. right now it looks like about a
5. increasing clouds all day friday. by friday late afternoon, a chance for sprinkles. here's how the computer model sees it. this will change a little, so come back tomorrow night and we'll dial it in closer. 8:00a.m. tomorrow, there's the valley fog. fog around the bay. thursday afternoon looks good. friday morning, clouds begin to show up. friday afternoon more clouds. friday night light showers. that's 3:00 a.m., friday night saturday morning. then it's gone. saturday, it looks like it clears out in the afternoon. sunday, looks like your best day on the bay area weekend. the forecast highs tomorrow, 53 in napa. 51 in san rafael. 56 in pacifica. you wake up cold, foggy, a little bit frosty. you end up in mountain view, 53 in morgan hill, 53 in gilroy. with your weekend in view,
nothing big looming. the rainfall totals earlier, 160, 165, 168% above average. the saturday morning thing, we could get a half inch of rain from in a. but -- from that. but the last storms were so intense, half an inch isn't much. >> it's going to be cool for a while. temperatures in the low 50s. >> yeah, cool inner the days, and the lows in the upper 30s. plenty of valley fog the next two mornings. >> try out the new christmas sweater. san francisco residents can help the environment while getting rid of their christmas tree. today, the city of san francisco demonstrated how it turns trees into fuel. showing off the chipper, and says tree-cycling is a great way to prevent pollution.
>> in a landfill, an organic product like that is going to create methane gas eventually, and become an air pollutant. >> it will take place on regular garbage days. they ask you be sure to remove ornaments and tinsel. the warriors continue their winning ways against utah jazz. sports is next. plus a day of celebration and dance. hey, look! a shooting star!
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and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit vwdealer.com today. today is the first day of kwanzaa. for some, it meant time to dance. this celebration at the bay area discovery museum featured a lot of music, some art, and a discussion of african american culture. the warriors were unified today as they took on the jazz. >> yes, they were. the warriors continued to do their best this year to prove they're not the warriors of old. lopsided wins in utah are not something that have come along with any frequency. both teams in a feisty mood from the get go. gets the attention of derrick
favors. technical fouls dished out. once again, jack was a force coming off the bench. 2 of 3 beyond the arc. the warriors led by 5 after a quarter. continued to build on that lead. they run the floor here. curry with the assist to thompson. he will get the hoop despite the foul. thompson had 15. it was curry who led the team in scoring in this one. curry drives to the hoop and gets it to go high off the glass as he's fouled. they limit the jazz to just 83. in a 94-83 win. the warriors, 19-10. bad news today for the 49ers who are still smarting from that loss sunday night in seattle. san francisco will go the rest of the way, including sunday's game in arizona without another veteran player. wide receiver mario manningham was hurt on this play against the seahawks, and had to be helped off the field. he suffered from two torn knee
ligaments. the fourth 49er since november 25 to be lost for the season. some of the burden has to be picked up by san francisco's younger, less experienced players. aj jenkins with the 1st round draft pick out of illinois. he expects to see plenty of playing time now. >> going through my whole career, i've never really had to sit out. this is my first time doing it. it's different. you never really saw the game from the sideline, as much as i did. i've got to be ready for it. a major haul today before the 49ers when pro bowl selections were announced nine players have been announced to the pro bowl team. on defense, patrick willis is now perfect in his career. six years, six pro bowl selections. the other 49er defensive players named bowman, aldon smith, justin smith, desean goldson, and donte whitner. eight other 49ers players were
selected as alternates. getting his money worth as the interim coach of western kentucky, until bobby petrino takes over that program. the chippewas were a more than worthy opponent. it was their coach who had something to celebrate. 24-21 the final. both teams finish up 7-6. san jose state against bowling green tomorrow in the military bowl in washington, d.c. that would cap a great season. >> yeah, the first time in a while. thank you. >> thank you for trusting ktvu, channel 2 news. we'll see you the next time news breaks. >> the ktvu morning team will have all the latest news that develops overnight. they'll be here live tomorrow from 4:30 until 9:00 a.m. we're always here for you at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. we'll be back for you again tomorrow night. hope you have a great evening. ♪ [ music ]